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Red's guests are comedian Nipsey Russell and singer Lana Cantrell.
Musical Highlights: Lana sings "I'm All Smiles" and "Let Yourself Go."
Comedy Sketch: "The Nag And I" - An ex-policeman (Nipsey) and George Appleby (Red) form a dance team and try for a job on TV.
Silent Spot: Red is a cricket catcher working for a magician.
Red's guest is operatic soprano Patrice Munsel.
Musical Highlight: Patrice sings "That's Life."
Comedy Sketch: "Once Upon A Dunce" - Advice columnist Constance Cupid (Patrice) gives courting lessons to Clem Kadiddlehopper.
Silent Spot: Red is cantankerous Mr. Haight who's bugged by trespassers.
Red's guests are Vincent Price, "Lost in Space" actress June Lockhart, and singer Matt Monro.
Musical Highlights: Matt sings "Born Free."
Comedy Sketch: "Loused In Space" - San Fernando Red, Professor Super-Dope (Vincent) and their mechanic (June) fly to the moon.
Silent Spot: Red mimes a stevedore of the Twenties who gets involved with flappers, gangsters and the police.
Red's guests are actor Fernando Lamas and Republican Illinois Senator Everett M. Dirksen.
"The House That Junk Built" - Freddie the Freeloader finds himself the president of a corporation after he changes places with an eccentric millionaire (Lamas).
Via a split screen, Senator Dirksen, in Washington D.C., discusses politics and acting with Skelton.
Senator Dirksen recites "Gallant Men" and "Man Is Not Alone" (the title tracks from his two spoken word record albums).
Tennessee Ernie Ford sings "I'll Remember You" and "Hey Look Me Over"
Red's guests are actor Cliff Robertson and the singing duo of Tony Sandler and Ralph Young.
Musical Highlights: Sandler and Young perform "Sand and Sea" and "Put on a Happy Face."
Comedy sketch: "A Bum For All Seasons"
Red's guests are Cesar Romero and 14 Los Angeles youngsters who make up the Serenaders band.
Musical Highlights: The Serenaders perform "Sunrise Serenade" and "Elmer's Tune."
Comedy Sketch: "The Schnook of Araby" - Clem Kadiddlehopper takes a job as a bodyguard to Mustapha Dame, the dictator of Yugo-Crazia.
Silent Spot: Red mimes a ham actor who's besieged by autograph hunters.
Mickey Rooney / Martha Raye
Red's guests are British comedian Terry-Thomas and singer Joanie Sommers.
Musical Highlights: Joanie Sommers sings "Girl Talk" and "When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love."
Comedy Sketch: "Not With My Dump You Don't" - Terry-Thomas appears in a Freddie the Freeloader" sketch.
Red's guests are George Gobel and British balladeers Chad and Jeremy.
Musical Highlights: Chad and Jeremy sing "It Was a Very Good Year."
Comedy Sketch: "Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle Of Dumb" - Christopher Columbus (George) sets sail with Forsooth Fromkess (Red).
Silent Spot: Red plays a star-struck car hop hoping to be discovered in Hollywood.
Red's guest is singer-actress Edie Adams.
Musical Highlights: Edie Adams sings "Come Back to Me."
Comedy Sketch: "Better Living Through Chiseling" - Edie Adams plays newspaper reporter Lulu Trueblue in a Sheriff Deadeye sketch.
Merv Griffin sings "I Wanna Say Hello" and "Hello My Baby."
The Youngfolk sing "Yesterday" and "The Lovin' Seed."
Eve Arden / Marilyn Michaels
Red's guests are Ozzie & Harriet Nelson and singer Barbara McNair.
Musical Highlights: Barbara sings "Hi-Lilli, Hi-Lo" and "Walking Happy."
Comedy Sketch: "The Fortune Crookie" - San Fernando Red uses Darling and Dearie Lovebird (Ozzie & Harriet) in his scheme to win a contest.
Silent Spot: Red mimes a bee battling a spider.
Red's guests are "Hogan's Heroes" regulars Bob Crane and John Banner.
Musical Highlight: Bob Crane drums "These Boots are Made for Walking."
Comedy Sketch: "How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down In The Dump?" (aka "Freddie's Heroes") - Colonel Hogan meets Freddie the Freeloader.
Silent Spot - A man meets his fiancee's parents.
Peter Falk / Jane Morgan
Tony Randall / Barbara Hewitt
1966 Christmas Show with Greer Garson
Red's guest is singer-actor Robert Goulet.
Musical Highlights: Robert Goulet sings "Moment of Truth" and "Try to Remember."
Comedy Sketch: "The Fastest Cuspidor In The West" - Goulet plays method actor Nathan Nothing in a Deadeye sketch.
Silent Spot - During the Christmas shopping rush, an elderly salesman is transferred to the toy department.
Red's guests are singer Abbe Lane and "Candid Camera" host Allen Funt.
Musical Highlights: Abbe Lane sings a "Strangers In The Night" And "Heat Wave" medley.
Opening: Short order cook fixing his own lunch.
Comedy Sketch: "Betty Dead Than Wed" - Appleby photographed by Allen & Abbe at a mini-skirt sales convention.
Silent Spot - Red does a pantomime routine as a mountain climber.
Jack Jones sings a medley ("All I Need is the Girl", "A Day in the Life of a Fool" and "People Will Say We're in Love")
Tim Conway / Jane Marsh
Frank Gorshin / The Baja Marimba Band
Red's guest is Polly Bergen.
Musical Highlights: Polly sings "It's Today" and "What the World Needs Now".
Comedy Sketch: "It Happened One Nut" - Clem Kadiddlehopper takes hog-calling lessons from a pretty teacher (Polly).
Silent Spot: Red is a busy cafe owner.
Jay and the Americans perform "Chilly Winds" and "Come a Little Bit Closer."
Red's guests are actress Audrey Meadows and singer Shirley Bassey.
Musical Highlights: Shirley Bassey sings "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "The Shadow of Your Smile."
Comedy Sketch: "Mother Knows Best" (a.k.a. "Mother Knows Pest") - Junior disrupts his widowed mother's (Audrey Meadows) vacation cruise.
George Kirby / Jackie and Gayle
Jackie Coogan / Nancy Ames
Red's guests are actor Mickey Rooney and the singing duo Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.
Musical Highlights: Simon and Garfunkel perform "I Am A Rock" and "The Dangling Conversation."
Comedy Sketch: "Eenie Meenie Minee Schmo" - A Las Vegas entertainer (Mickey Rooney) with a perpetual run of bad luck at the gambling tables seeks the advice of fortune teller Clem Kadiddlehopper.
Silent Spot: An long-time employee has difficulty retiring after 35 years of service.
Red's guests are actor Gig Young and singer Johnny Rivers.
Musical Highlights: Johnny Rivers performs "Secret Agent Man" & "Poor Side of Town."
The Tom Hansen Dancers and the Alan Copeland Singers perform "Since I Met You."
Comedy Sketch: "How To Succeed In Loafing Without Really Trying" - Gig guest stars as Paul Pusher, an old ate of Freddie the Freeloader, who offers him the job of vice president of his firm.
Silent Spot: On the day of his wedding, a nervous groom (Red) is having problems with his tuxedo.